Thursday, March 17, 2011

USFS Ranger Unlawfully Attacks Citizen at His Home

Many progressives who work for the USFS do NOT think Americans have the right to "own" property. Nor do they respect you, your property, or the rights afforded to you by the US Constitution. This comes as no surprise, since the USFS is in and of itself an unconstitutional entity not sanctioned by WE THE PEOPLE or the Constitution of The United States of America.

As noted in other parts of this blog, USFS rangers often come onto private property, unlawfully, intending to commit crimes against the landowners. Usually it is arson, burning down private residences and bullying the land owner into selling their property to the USFS.

In this case, it is outright senseless violence against an elderly gentleman at his home, even during a diabetic seizure.

According to the ChicoER.com (http://www.chicoer.com/fromthenewspaper/ci_17631552):

"A Chico man who unlawfully posted a flier in Lassen National Forest last winter offering services was acquitted by a federal magistrate March 9 on a charge of interfering with the ranger who confronted him about it.

On Feb. 4, 2010, U.S. Forest Service officer Paul Zohovetz showed up, allegedly unannounced, at the Chico home of Jeffrey M. Newman, 54.
 
Zohovetz was in full uniform and reportedly asked Newman for his identification. Newman said he recalled that Zohovetz had called him the day before about a flier posted on a Forest Service bulletin board offering cross-country ski tune-ups, but didn't identify himself. "

And
 "In the decision, U.S. District Court Magistrate Craig M. Kellison stated that at the time of the initial encounter, Zohovetz "had no right to remain on Newman's property once he was ordered to leave."


Similar story: USFS unlawfully burns down elderly couple's home on private property!

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